The top-level domain '.eu' is delayed until 2003
It has been possible to reserve addresses for the upcoming top-level domain with the ending '.eu' for the European Union for over a year, but the introduction of the new domain ending will still take place until at least early 2003 delay.
In the past year the planned domain 'got into the mills of the European administration', reports the 'Domain-Newsletter'. But this month at least the rules for the allocation and administration of the '.eu' domains are to be passed by the European Parliament (EP). Since there is a call for tenders for the planned registration office, the EP now has to decide which provider should be assigned this task. If you want to reserve 15 '.eu' domains free of charge and without obligation, you can do so here .